A study was conducted to determine the relationship between a vegetarian diet and major cardiometabolic risk factors in patients at high risk for CVDs.
Investigators assessed how the outcomes of patients with psoriatic arthritis may be improved using lifestyle modifications and nonpharmacologic and psychological interventions.
Compared with patients who ate vegetables and fruit daily, those who rarely or never did and those who sometimes did had a significant 1.6- and 1.3-fold higher death risk, respectively, a study showed.
Compared with individuals in the bottom tertile of vitamin E intake, those in the top tertile had significant 14% lower odds of CKD.
Study confirms that hyperuricemia can be reduced by dietary approaches.
Afternoon high intensity exercise may have a greater effect on lowering blood glucose levels in patients with diabetes than morning high intensity interval training.
Researchers sought to examine the relationship between consumption of soy milk and probiotics and cardiovascular risk factors in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Dr Zhaoping Li discusses 2 ongoing studies investigating the use of precision nutrition for personalized weight loss plans.
Researchers sought to examine the effect of prolonged moderate-intensity exercise on markers of muscle injury in patients that receive statin therapy.
Researchers sought to evaluate the effectiveness of social media-based interventions on weight, body mass index, waist circumference, fat, energy intake and physical activity.
This study looked at whether youth with ADHD following 24-HMB recommendations were less likely to have difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions and making or keeping friends.
Researchers analyzed changes in diet with the use of weight loss management programs to determine whether they would increase the risk of eating disorders.
Investigators report no significant improvement in cardiovascular or overall mortality in patients on dialysis.
Ethanol content of drinks is not the sole contributing factor.
A dietary pattern that meets patients’ protein and other nutrient needs provides long-term success for kidney health.
Researchers assessed the effect of exercise on physical function and quality of life in patients with hip and knee osteoarthritis.
Dietary counseling may improve clinical outcomes for men with prostate cancer.
Participants completed an iPad-based oddball task while wearing an electroencephalography device prior to and after a 15-minute walk intervention.
A study was conducted to compare resistance training plus aerobic training with aerobic training alone in patients with CAD.
Practices need to look at all opportunities for preserving kidney function, according to the director of the Kidney Nutrition Institute.